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SYDNEY NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
SYDNEY NEWS. PoloneT Arthur, the l)aVlinB nf Van Uirinrlt's l,and. ha-, by inducing the Edlmr or ihe Tnte Calnnht, first In sue for pardon, and afler llie pai'ilnn was ? Bunted, to go up to Gnvernmelil llou.e and make liis I arkunwledisnicnu In iieisnu in his I'.kcrllency, mid lo nrknnnrleilce he was tired ol luilillcs, nml -ai-hid in uo to llie |.loupl, hat caiue.1 a gie.it luilnl. 11.11 hi. p.r ilnniiic M-. Melvilli', the ml, me! f'nuductor 01 R'lilor «1 tin VntoHiul nines, ululu il was lll.(;nl, and a polnUd Insult to those bright luminaries of Ihe Bench Me»ra. Redder and MonU-gu,-he.ws that the protot--pf- rf Darling In the Bnoulry which has hcitn going on, at home, tees kanif-urltlnc on the wall. In a man or hoary hairs, descenduic last to tlie grave, aud whom the British Senate after protracted hesitation, brings to the bar ofa nubile Inquisition, Tyrants, whether old of youog, will read an Intensive feston. As to Colonel irthuf, we have faith enough in God's Pjovldence lo bel...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
VALUABLE COTTAGES . AND Building Allotments, MiUATEIN Anne St, St. George's Square, fctglj* @«t-(V, an* SilSsSfx Sturttf. MR* J. «. UNDERWOOD, BEOS to inform the Public, that lie has received instruolions from the Pro. prlolof, to sukipil by Public Auction, OAT rilS PREMISES, ON FfilDAY, 7 he I8fA March, at one o'clock precisely, THE FOLLOWING TUULV VALUABLE ALLOTMENTS, One Allotment, willi a frontage of 33 feet and half an inch to Anne Street, St. 'George's Square, and «ide line 285 feel 9 inches. Thi» Allotment liai a neat and well-finished Collage, contaiuing 4 Rooms, erected thereon. One Allotment adjoining the above, 'having 33 feet and half an inch frontage to Anne Street, end side line along Al lotments belonging to Mr. FJ'ilcock, and Philip «skden, Ksq., 2S3 feai 9 incites. - This Allotment has, ahwimeai Cottage erected thereon. These Allotments have a right of Road 12 feet wide, running from Anue Street to fie back of Hie Cottages. Two Allotments with frontages of 65 feet. ...
FROM THE HOBART TOWN GAZETTE. Supreme Court Office, Feb, 17, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
FKOM THE HO BART TOWN GAZETTE. Supreme Court Office. Feb. IT, 1836. NCTICP it heicby given, that their Honors the 'Judges, have directed the fallowing Scale of under ihe Act Intituled, an Acl for in) in; the l!xpen, sea of Witnesses In criminal cases,' to be publishe I fur general Information. £ t. -f. Home hire, per day ? o 10 0 Forage.....'. ? ..-..,. ? ' ? II 6 0 JHechanirt lois ill lime ? 9 10 Ditto iravelling expenses ? n I « Labourers loss nf tune ? 0 4 0 Ditto travelling expenses ? «- 4 o -Vmaljihles ? OS fl rblrf Diilrlct -,r Diiiiion Coiulublc.na, ' veiling enpenses ? 0 12 0 Fee In Surceon, Allorney. nr piimic Laud Surveyor, coming from the country, for loss nftuiie.. '..I....: I I 0 pih.r iudiridiulll, any reason. hlr - xpenses which shall appear loliHve beep iucurred, hrcmding to each Tmvelllug eMienw«\*ill uotlie ullovied to asiicned, oi rmployer, In enable the auicnnl .. r-»i t M imxl up to com I, will be repaid to ihe n«.-,ni, oi implojei, or his order. II i- farther n...
SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
SHIP ^Hk NEWS. %H . I— Arrived the schooner Elizabeth. Capl. :fri»f dcm Sydney. l'aisenReiB— Mtnra. Cape, irouley.oud Dawet, Cargo, OrasWfirasrselass, I Iron safe, 44 barrels pun powder, 8 canfb plated ?.Sheffield and Tunbrldge «aic, 2 weighing ma ;a-ei liiberdmttrry , 1 case p!aCa««, 1 rate col. on*, 1 bale tlopt, 1 case millinery, 2 tonscliecie -John Cape ; 76 hearth atonea, SO logs cedar— I. A, Brown j besides a few package! of goods lo Older Feb. !8— Arrived tbe schooner Tamar, Capt. Pifderlck Dewing, from Sjdney. Feb. 10— Arrived the Bdiooner Champion, Capl. Hill, from Hobart Town. F«li. M-Atcived tiie. Inig adit. Captain Nixon, frurn London lOlh Oct. Paasenger— Mr. Henry Clayton, Mr. it Mri. Holloway, and 2 children— uitli ageneial cargo ofmerclimidite. F*li.2S-Arrlved Hie brig Him), Captain W y»ti, from Sydney; Cargo, 1 caik cheese, 1 cate «nus. laid— Williams, Campbell if Co.; 9 lolls lead, -I« pleat cedar, 1 ;a.k earllieuware, 1 caak 1 case jIbss— Woolley. '-. Mi, *l— Saile...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
Co tfit iSbitor. Sir— The Middle Ground «t the entrance to Iliii Poll, i- again without « Buoy i nil the «pot where one wa.« placed on lull aide fNeMtrt, ?» Mt Wett tide the Tamv, which, is lying high and itj on ihore at the foot of a gum tree, both being washed «wa«~and or. wonder they aboold.w the miserable flece of Wree-quarnr-ww ir«n ?» ?hlchihey were fastened lo the free-stone block (Zuilbealie and «.J,eoeji at the lie.d. which 'jec.ed tlmn) was not more than three inches Lg.arouud which abont an ounce of lead was 1™ which nave way with the lent friction, aud s^sraw T'i-.''e(s q( hi'in?«fc|i mooh In the «ame alyle a.«oiher qoternment joh.i, nTt ««Vh.lf fi»l.h.d.. Tl.efir.l.h»«ldbjTel,een hid down ni'h ?nrl-or anl1 brid|'» lUe ^C-|n' Lid haw been d.iran right Hjroogh a large block of aione, and rlvelled ou he opposite mde. I hope You will call th.e a.t'eqtlono the proper Au.Mle.tolhls.ai theufet, oi III. i alining narigatlnxthe Bl.er depends upon in t»elag pro Li? buoy-id and be...
Consistence. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
ftontitttntv. U'ffn\ t»rfont have recommended to nt, nn doubt |»lli Ilic |,ut Inunllon, to publish the Police Reports, ?wlille others have solicited us not to copy tlirm lulo for columm. We, llierefure, uke this ounorlnnlly to PJ«e. for the fnlorin.llnn of i.ur lenders ccncrally. B'. notwIlliiuiudliiK we Iiave lud rjiese leporll of ?Trred tp iii hy s cltrl: In the liollce ofice, «n-l .viilinm ?'''?hjl f' give .ilfcnce to ll.r leulleinan wlm li.s ?Him, no doubt, kindly tendered them tii »?, «c Iiave, ??if coune, refiuixt tn uccrpt hltofler. As tlirie lf|ioit» aanrr usually published, we tirr determined our column* Mthall tietfr fie OCCVVltli tritll ailf tuch Immoral and ? -li«rocj/i,I Mitttr, which nt atiptlve nlinot It la Mtrrleilfir any otkir purf o.r than to fnllfylbt vltMrd ? ti/ilrV -»ne few yet house nailt'i, oittf uhlik tUercbv ? eun only gain the fiuUliAir a feu att.Utlonof tubicrl ? Ourcontemtinrary his inon altered Ills deterwiina. ? «™_t|,e rnlli.wing KUinlicr of Bnl'l AVi...
THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE, LAUNCESTON V. D, Land, SATURDAY,FEB 27, 1836. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
TUB CORNWALL CHRONICLE, LA.UNCESTOW V. D, Land, 8ATDHDiY,F£B.%1, 183G. - USerly wWi datijer ii tb be preferred lo slavery with security. S4LLCST.7 W- deilre to call the attention or the Inhabitant! of thi- Town, to an intention on tlie part of tlie Authorities \« alter th« oiiglnivl plan of tlie -iev« line 11 f Wharf. Iu«tcaii of carrying it nut as far as tlieitnprr Kill's ?A'lM.rfriL.iy.r.l.K Inilicrniimirtinadeiiitli Ml. (Jiilliil.'i —11 is 1 cprcteuled lo us, that smne of the wiseKcres, now vinitinff tlua Town, at the leuresenlalion of a liitthly innucolial youth of the Marine, have made up their minds lo contract the work, and 10 extend 11 only about I111U tUe disunce. The advantages that would Arise from the original plan being carried into effect accord ing 10 contract, are very many— Ihechlefii, however, in our estimation, that vesirlfi would lay arliial at low water,— so that when we ln-'-l that tlie motive fur ceasing to run out tlie new wuik, was to allow vessels lo ground...
Coin market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
Com jHaritrt. Tin- latt wet will -insi o«m.,lile « mil' I, fcrrpi the cm en. mill in Hie field— euntidcraijle €i«i,iaCe will lit ili:uc In It ifllic lain rnntmucs, m «cl| m to tlie rmn in Hack iifilieruiejy tliaiclieil. Tlif: pncc« remain ?iiikIi the .nine «- la» ui.l.-, viz:— Win lit Iniii, 9-. Hi )i-, (lrl.-)«rl-!) ii. -u «-. ed— nal- 4«. S(l. lo £?.— line (l.mi 301.— M'Uiiidt lit. per 100 ILs. Plivate sccnnnu f..ii» ^;6.uj, m will Mtlinw alVmJfil tiy Uiv newtlin' ?iii-,quiile irliral at l?-. Oil. Ko ninliriiil iiHtiaii..n will i.k'iii in Ilic niiiiltunl Hid pluci . iinul Hi, cxlini «.i iin- Indiuti ami Cure euiiplli-l ran t-e rnrtrrlly n*. ».,.ai,,,,l. The mnikeuat Sjdmyand litre u i II W i'i!^™.'*' '' *tri' '''''''? ' -' 1''''ml''-1 'U1' 'll)!' V.:j htUr uhcTrhai licen I11OU4I11 10 T.urn -]uilnp Ihr ..nk fiinnll ijiiiuitmi-B linvi' l.irn -old lur Ins pr- Iiu-ie: — f lif- uvnii£ivniii_t be -jt.nli-il iit i 1 in 9* to lt'» )-? r In ..lirl, nut. mine, l.rlfy Irani '»s rt l-i «- Cd ...
Dort Dhillin. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
Port Phillip. The following Letter has been received by an applicant to General Bourke, for Land at Port Phillip— from the Colonial Secretary at Sydney— SIR--ln reply to your Memorial of the 9th ultimo, soliciting Land at Port Phillip, I am directe by his Excellency Sir Richard Bourke, to inform you, that the late unauthorized possession of land at that place by Mr. Batman and others, has been reported to his Majesty's Government, and his Majesty's commands requested ; and that under these circumstances it is impossible to give you permission to occupy any part of the land in question upon any terms whatever, I am, Sir, your obedient servant, ALEXANDER MClEAY. To Mr. _____, &nbsp; Launceston.
LAUNCESTON POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Monday Feb, 22, 1836, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
LAUNCESTON POLICE INTELLIGENCE. Monday Feb. 22, 1836. &nbsp; John Thomas, ticket of leave, John Davis, free and John Reed, free, were severally fined 5s. for drunken-ness. Mary Wilkinson, charged with being inebriated was bound to find security for good behaviour for the future. &nbsp; Wm. Wadman, assigned to Capt. Stewart, was charged by his master, with being insolent- 7 days solitary confinement. Charles Skee, acknowledged to his having absconded from the government works at Hobart Town - Remanded. Tuesday, Feb. 23, 1836. John Waite, was charged by constable Willlams, with &nbsp; being very disorderly in the streets the previous night. The prisoner told a plausible tale about his being taken out of a public house by two men, who knocked him down, and rifled his pockets of 13 or 14 dollars. The Bench, however, although his story might be true, greatly doubted it, and informed him, that if he were brought &nbsp; before them again, it would be more th...
To the Editor, [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
Co thf XUitor, Sin, .1 know not what lo reaemqte Hie people ?f -«a town to jih»y live to -Uy, wUhr.u,t shau6,il (or the morrow-takine the scripture ill Hi literal I acme; ' take no ibought for the mo'row— fqrlhe rjionow will lake tlioughttoritiell.' »o lh--y olv» «„? r.fls.iUn iinnn fululilvr Tliev Iiave food this summer, where ii it to be procured in lha approaching winter? Aye, where! ia lite qaetilon-at any price ? What with the come qiienrra of Hie Impounding Law, and the ex tensive thinraenli of 8l|eep to Port Philip ;-oor situation Is a«ful ! Trll «i, Sir, if you can, how ve aie to tje fed next winter! Make enquiries and joii will find, atbek, at ihia time diffli ult to lie ob liged. The finpojiiidini; Law linn destroyed a lunrce that would for ever hate afipplied Laun. fctfon ; the great Lalld'iolclpreare beneAlled only bf it. Who increase their fl»cks at the e* p»use of tliepporBiid industrious Settleia, and by robbing I them of the weans of gelling an hone't livipe, «lll di...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 27 February 1836
MARRIED— At Workington, on the 20th August, by the Rev. John Wordsworth, M.A. Mr. Wm. FLETCHER, of Launceston. V. D. L , second son of DAVID FLET CHER Esq., of Workington, to SARAH the third daugh- ter of BENJAMIN THOMPSON, Esq., of the same place, DIED— At Elphin Castle, near Launceston, on Wed nesday morning, Feb. 24, 1836, aged 43 years, after a long and severe illness, ANN, the beloved wife of R. Dry, Esq., sincerely regretted by all who knew her.
Queen's Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836
tl&uttn's) CtrtWtlaii. TiioHday beuli Ibe ilny «|.pmmt-l lor kreplng Wei »!o|.-M}-. Umii, -'a,_a Rnyul S.l.ilr »ai fi.rii .11 il.r Mlllliy lUna.k'. anil fruin on bnaul lilt ElCcIL ni}'« private j'ulih Una. In tlit crriiiiig thr cimnmaiv bill wasittsrn, v.lnc\ii»a» »uniil* vtry ram routty, in tur Ojii'iuls, HUitary, and tlj.rruul, l-ir Conn IMlionaije. T.ie arralutniriits «ur M 4, lulu' liccil of Hit ino-l co-tlj Hcin i|i.h-i. and ?iikiii tlic most llbci »l real? titTiKlL lour, wrr. f nn, .Inline Ilir l.ilendid rrjoiclie, whicl. liir li.,j,,i) ,-rucipiu.r. (c(.t up until oveiy ime(carlj) (.our.
The [?] of Internal Revenue. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836
W&e 9tp.rtoiUttor pi InUmaT Xlcbtnue. Tlils relatlv. or Mr. Hnraae Twi,,,b, marriage, is not ?Ikelv, we learn, to obtain the mMitlonal £lbo ? year It seems, Unit H|»n the arrival of Mrs. Bavn in Bug' Unit, she walled upon her untie, Ur. Twin, and repre smled tne very imali talari I lie Collector received, who trss ulcaied u) order an addluonal navnient of CU0 perannuni 10 him, out or the CotonW chnt't I Colmlal chut I t lndead-lke poor cnhinlsU, already uxed more than anv people upon the face of Uie eartli, are to pay Mr. Davis, In nddltlon to his . former (alary of AU0, which, with )»rqulsim, It ei]u«l 10 ASM* year— lor doing tint to nothing— a lanher sum of IAt« a year, which will likely make htm do nothing at all— lli»t,«y the *-'», II almusl tinpoublr— but In us calculate a ' wee bit' U|v.n the dutlts of Ihl, great Anin, who, »e It remruibersd, si «etk or twu bsttrk, had 1 Ik'rre old men punished for not doffing their Uivtn U liim on their way 10 o place ,,f public wursh...
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836
Eo tljt SEIlitor, Sir— The present mode of punifbieig asii|;neil MTva-ns for bad conduct, is more calculated lo puuiuli ibe nailer linn ibt- man. Na mallei Hiiaiaprlsonerit giiilly of — Hie chain gang for ?wo or three monlhi, and solitary confinement f,n tun or three days, teems I o bo 111* grenlot decree orpuniklimenl inflicted. At tltis particular season tot Uic year, wbcntbe harvest 1» gathering in— it makes il acatoof great hardship— to llio-e nliotipve Ibe mi.furljiiie to employ Item. One in.Hncr, among many, occurred tit the police offce lo day— when a genilrnian from ibe count, y brought In five or lilstervnim for Insolence end inmburdinatlon— Hie punishment awarded by the Police Magistrate was sentencing four of them lo the chain gang fur two month*, and one to soli tary confinement. His harvest is about half toped, and in ibis busy ceaton of Die year, lie canuot obtain men for hire ; and this is a matter ol daily occurrence, which mutt consequently lead lo the masters of as...
Launceston Retail Price Current, [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle,] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836
JLamwrtton detail iUrici (Current, [Compiled for ihc Cornwall Chronicle,] Colonial Produce. Imported Cooii. /-. 1*4- . L it a Al.nerbhd. 8» o Ale per dot. 1 li; Suli prr loll » 0 0 Drown stout do. lilt toetr per hlvd. 4 0 0 Coffee per I b(bae) o ? ?? Bread (41b lonQ ? I * Cheese per -b 0 I «l Bllcuil per cwt. IIJ - Hams per do 0 1 0 Buuei imWi.tr IbO 2 « Salt per ton 4 0 o Ullln salt per dD 0 1 « Soapnerdo 45 « 0 Hams per Ib. 0(0 I. ol France MlgarVJ 0 0 Bacon litrlb 0)1 E. l.do.perlb.bac.0 0 4 8'? .eVJb « 0 7 Ditto per Ib 0 « a MultuVperdo 0 0 0 Ditto per Ib -lo«f) 0 0 6 . fork per 1b 0 0 B Uum (doty paid) III ; Vent pcrdo 0 0 8 Ditto in bund 0 4 0 Chocolate per Ib 0 « 0 Urandy duty p«ld o 18 4 Cheese per Ib 0 1 0 Ditto in bond o « 0 Caudles (mould*) 0 1 « Gin duly yaid a 18 o Ditto ' (dips) II I 0 Ditto in bond o 4 6 Kegs pertWcn 0 a 0 Tea perckot o 0 0 Bran per bushel O I e Ditto |ierlb 0 So Oatmeal per Ib 0 0 0 Tobacco do.(bond)0 « lo Bay per ton t lo 0 Do. do. duly paid 0 3 o H...
This morning's mail. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836
HLhli SEbcnino'e ?T-Hail. TlieCommnsaty't advemse tbat lenders will be icceived (or the supply Of liis nlajrtij's norm a- llnbaitaud Leunrcstou nilli \V'»*r, uuiiliili A(.ril. J-ilin Mc'Kriiaie u Licensed lo deep iur '? Scutiji.li C).iffi'ii] Launc-aliin. .Mm Donn, Cuarle. Aflliur, Jof. Gel. Jroningi, ami William Franks, Esquires, aieapjioii.ied Ma gi- ratuii. Jnlin Uickerlon-ltte Cuntraelor, iir»;cllcJa coHMablr. Cipialii Chtyne, out neu ln!|:cc'.or -n llnerlr Iik\ «c ),biii, rkamiiird iht ktcuI plant tue. f!i-ird for supplying ilie loun oi LaiMicoi.i, vilti trull weier, alldsfter 6 careful surrey ofilir liin a oteacli, lias recommended Ihrone odginallj |)io|iotf4 by Mr. O'Connor, of ronrcjmg die vatirfrum Hie Scoili £-k. Tiie disiance i! vt ill liaveio b- b.nughtis.wobeljevr, nl).iil loi.ucr.i mllcf, and iliuugb a tnnnrl lor a bIioh nay will lute to b* cut, on Ilie whole it npprars to he not inly the roost eligible plan, but in Ilie end ihc m-'.t economical : and ilbesidis ulllbii...
Corn market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 5 March 1836
tfnrn 4Harttrt. Tli* list few fiue days— hire enabled tlie Tanners lo slack o great dml of ibelr corn, that Ima fur «u long been exposed la (lie moist weatiirr— which is leportrd to in ai having done T.ry I rifling damage. Although a great deal of mni prevails in plant, the Harvest iiromlses lo yield well. Wheat continue! m lOl. la 10s. Cdj barley 61 lo Os fill ; oaU it lo 0» fer Umbel. Fine flout 89», seconds 26i per 100 lbs, ' During the week Mr, Field purchased upwards, of'2IIOOl)a«lie1»or»lieat fromMr. Clayton allOs anil Mr. Wtiile liai mode entcuslve tales m ibe antne pi ire. _^______^_ The (iilce of wheat hut undergone no variation ?'nee our lest — Uie lew (ram-actioni Ihat have tkki n place betog at IO- per busliel a- before— baik-y fit 6d lo 6a OJ— ostiuooe in the market— liaj'^O tun lo .£7 tier Ion; mutton Oil to7dper Ib.. beef 3d to s^|)o:aloeidf ClofJ 10,— Courier, 4 h litareh, 1830. Mr. Raynton lias olits'nrd the Contract for (he *j|-l-l}' of ruiBt al fljd pir \blbid